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Sleep disorder increases risk of brain cancer: doctor

2013/03/16 19:57:54

Taipei, March 16 (CNA) The number of people with sleep apnea who develop malignant brain tumors is 1.47 times higher than among those who do not have the sleep disorder, a doctor reported Saturday, citing a study that he led.

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